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Franklin County Tech’s Pre-Employment Program hosted their 3rd annual scarf sale in December. Charlotte Choleva, mother of lead teacher Charlie Choleva, donated approximately 200 hand knit scarves and 20 pairs of embellished flip flops. Charlotte is a lifetime resident of Montague and former 1st grade teacher at Hillcrest School.

Scarves were sold during FCTS’s Winter Carnival, which took place in late January.  The money raised from the Winter Carnival scarf sale was donated to the revitalization of the Montague Dog Pound. 
  Students presented police Chief Ray Zukowski with a check for $125.00 Charlie Choleva, teacher in the Pre-Employment Program selling scarves during the Winter Carnival
"'Discovering and Nurturing the Potential in Every Student"

The PEP program is a unique, tuition based program designed for students with physical or cognitive challenges. This small, but effective program works with students on many educational and independent living skills to students ages 14 to 22. Academic skills such as reading, math and critical thinking are practiced daily. Life skills such as cooking, laundry, and shop trade skills such as auto detailing, recycling processing, and office technology are some of the employment skills that offer our students a better chance toward future independent living and job placement.

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